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    Another Earthquake Felt In LB: Thurs. 1:53 p.m., 4.9 Magnitude In Inland Empire

    (June 16, 2005, updated post) -- A 4.9 magnitude earthquake (originally rated 5.3) at 1:53 p.m. in the inland empire near Yucaipa was felt throughout LB. posts a map below showing relative shaking intensities from the U.S. Geological Survey:

    Quake map 6/16/05
    Image: USGS received calls and emails at our ELB HQ. We felt the temblor while working away at our computer workstation. A slight shaking developed into a rolling, bouncing movement...and we began getting out of our chair before things calmed down in about five seconds. Two chandeliers were swaying gently.

    A central LB reader reported feeling it about a mile east of downtown LB.

    For USGS info on the quake, click here.

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